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This is where the money is made and lost.Without certainty about the stability of american largest banks , Mounting worries about the status of general-motors. Today with all of the loss, for the first time, general-motors has admitted there are substantial doubt whether the company would be able to survive.

 

on better announcement  shares , the U.S co-joint plant almost 80% dragging the market down with it.U.S stock closes yesterday that lowest level in the last 12 years with Dow Johns down more than 4%.Investors feel the GM demise who sent short-wave through the U.S economy. The first most immediately effect of GM bankruptcy would be massive lay-offs, would be lay-offs at GM and would also be lay-offs throughout the chain-the whole supply chain in the auto industry.There has been a number of a different estimate to what that would be , but i think it's safe to say in the already weak environment that would- bankruptcy of GM could create hundreds of thousands of new jobs losses in the next couple of months.The share size of GM needs mount of money says it needs to survive is mine /.

 

GM has posted losses of 82 billion dollars in the last 3 years.They have already borrow 13 billion dollars from U.S  government to tide them over as they try to restruct the company , but now they say they need another 17 billion.GM Euro which owns brands to sorb Vokash is attempting to break free from its struggling parent company. They are asking the British government 440 million Pounds. The spanish government for 600 million and even greece something in Germany.

 

The car-sale across the globe are still nose-diving that to secure the cash they desperately need  to survive.GM would need to convince Barack Obama and governments around the world that business is still viable

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This is where money is made and lost, but without certainty about the stability of America's largest banks and mounting worries about the state of General Motors, today was all about lost, for the first time, General Motors has admitted over whether their company will be able to survive. On that annoucement shared in the US car giant, plumped almost 18%, driving the market down with it, US stocks closed yesterday at their lowest level for more than 12 years with DOW JHONS down more than 4%. Investors fear that GM's / will send shock wave through the US economy.

 

The first and the most immediate effect of the GM bankruptcy would be a massive laid-off, would be laid-off at General Motors and would also be laid-off through the whole chain , the whole supply chain of auto industry. There have been a number of different estimates to what that would be, but I think it's safe to say in an already weak job environment that would, you know, bankruptcy with GM could  create hundreds of thousands of new jobs lost over the next several months.

 

The share signs of the General Motors need amount of money, said it need to survive / GM is proposed the lost 82 billions in the last three years. They've already borrowed 13 bilion dollars from the US government to tight the / as they try to restructure the company, but now they say they need another 17 billion.

 

GM Europe which owns brands just SAAB and Vauxhall, it's tempting to break free from its constructuring parent company, they are asking the Britain for 430 million pounds, the Spanish government for 600 million and even greater some from Germany.

 

 

The car sells across the global are still nose-diving, for their security of car industry, desparetely need to survive, General Motors will need to convince Barack Obama and governments around the world that their business is still viable.

 

/ Sky News.

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This is where money is made and lost, but without certainty about the stability of America's largest banks and mounting worries about the state of General Motors, today was all about lost, for the first time, General Motors has admitted their substantial down whether their company will be able to survive. On that annoucement shared in the US car giant, plumped almost 18%, driving the market down with it, US stocks closed yesterday at their lowest level for more than 12 years with DOW JHONS down more than 4%. Investors fear that GM's decline will send shock waves through the US economy.

 

The first and the most immediate effect of the GM bankruptcy would be a massive layoffs, would be layoffs at General Motors and would also be lay-off through the whole chain, the whole supply chain of auto industry. There have been a number of different estimates to what that would be, but I think it's safe to say in an already weak job environment that would, you know, bankruptcy with GM could  create hundreds of thousands of new job loses over the next several months.

 

The share signs of the General Motors need amount of money, says it need to survive is mind blogging, GM is proposed the lost 82 billions dollars in the last three years. They've already borrowed 13 billion dollars from the US government to tight them over as they try to restructure the company, but now they say they need another 17 billion.

 

GM Europe which owns brands such as Saab and Vauxhall, it's tempting to break free from its restructuring parent company, they are asking British goverment for 440 million pounds, the Spanish government for 600 million and even greater some from Germany.

 

 

The car sells across the global are still nose-diving, for their security of car industry, desparetely need to survive, General Motors will need to convince Barack Obama and governments surround the world that business is still viable.

 

/ associated Sky News.

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This is where money is made and lost, but without certainty about the stability of America's largest banks and mounting worries about the state of General Motors, today was all about lost, for the first time, General Motors has admitted their substantial doubt over whether their company will be able to survive. On that announcement shares in the US car giant, plunge almost 18%, driving the market down with it, US stocks closed yesterday at their lowest level for more than 12 years with DOW JHONS down more than 4%. Investors fear that GM's demise will send shock waves through the US economy.

 

The first and the most immediate effect of the GM bankruptcy would be a massive layoffs, would be layoffs at General Motors and would also be lay-off through the whole chain, the whole supply chain of the auto industry. There have been a number of different estimates to what that would be, but I think it's safe to say in an already weak job environment that would, you know, bankruptcy with GM could  create hundreds of thousands of new job loses over the next several months.

 

The sheer signs of the General Motors need amount of money, says it need to survive is mind-boggling; GM is posed the lost 82 billions dollars in the last three years. They've already borrowed 13 billion dollars from the US government to tight them over as they try to restructure the company, but now they say they need another 17 billion.

 

GM Europe which owns brands such as Saab and Vauxhall, is attempting to break free from its restructuring parent company, they are asking British government for 440 million pounds, the Spanish government for 600 million and even greater sum from Germany.

 

The car sells across the global are still nose-diving, if that to secure the cars that so desperately need to survive, General Motors will need to convince Barack Obama and governments surround the world that their business is still viable.

 

xx Sky News.

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This is where money is made and lost, but with uncertainty about the stability of America's largest banks and mounting worries about the state of General Motors, today was all about loss, for the first time, General Motors has admitted their substantial doubt over whether their company will be able to survive.

 

On that announcement shares in the US car giant, plunge almost 18%, drugging the market down with it, US stocks closed yesterday at their lowest level for more than 12 years with DOW JHONS down more than 4%.

 

Investors fear that GM's demise will send shock waves through the US economy.

 

The first and the most immediate effect of the GM bankruptcy would be a massive layoffs, would be layoffs at General Motors and would also be layoffs through the whole chain, the whole supply chain of the auto industry. There have been a number of different estimates to what that would be, but I think it's safe to say in an already weak job environment that would, you know, bankruptcy with GM could create hundreds of thousands of new job loses over the next several months.

 

The sheer signs of the General Motors need amount of money, says it needs to survive is mind-boggling; GM is posed its losses of 82 billions dollars in the last three years. They've already borrowed 13 billion dollars from the US government to tide them over as they try to restructure the company, but now they say they need another 17 billion.

 

GM Europe which owns brands such as Saab and Vauxhall, is attempting to break free from its restructuring parent company, they are asking the British government for 440 million pounds, the Spanish government for 600 million and even greater sum from Germany.

 

The car sales across the global are still nose-diving, if that to secure the cars that so desperately need to survive, General Motors will need to convince Barack Obama and governments surround the world that their business is still viable.

 

 xx Sky News.

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This is where money is made and lost, but with uncertainty about the stability of America's largest banks and mounting worries about the state of General Motors, today was all about loss, for the first time, General Motors has admitted their substantial doubt over whether their company will be able to survive.

 

On that announcement shares in the US car giant, plunge almost 18%, dragging the market down with it, US stocks closed yesterday at their lowest level for more than 12 years with DOW JONES down more than 4%.

 

Investors fear that GM's demise will send shock waves through the US economy.

 

The first and the most immediate effect of the GM bankruptcy would be a massive layoffs, would be layoffs at General Motors and would also be layoffs through the whole chain, the whole supply chain of the auto industry. There have been a number of different estimates to what that would be, but I think it's safe to say in an already weak job environment that would, you know, bankruptcy with GM could create hundreds of thousands of new job loses over the next several months.

 

The sheer signs of the General Motors need amount of money, says it needs to survive is mind-boggling; GM is posed its losses of 82 billions dollars in the last three years. They've already borrowed 13 billion dollars from the US government to tide them over as they try to restructure the company, but now they say they need another 17 billion.

 

GM Europe which owns brands such as Saab and Vauxhall, is attempting to break free from its struggling parent company, they are asking the British government for 440 million pounds, the Spanish government for 600 million and even greater sum from Germany.

 

The car sales across the global are still nose-diving, if that to secure the cars that so desperately need to survive, General Motors will need to convince Barack Obama and governments arround the world that their business is still viable.

 

 xx Sky News.

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this is where money is made and lost without certainty about the stability about american's largest banks amounting worries about the state general motors.today was all about lost,for the first time general motors has admitted their substential doubt over whether the company would be able to survive .on that announcement shares in the us car giant,plunged over 18 percent.driving the market down with it us stock closed yesterday at their lowest level from more than 12 years with dow jones down more than 4 percent.investor fears the gm's demise,who send shockwave to the us economy.the first most immediate affect of the gm bankrupcy would be massive lay offs,would be lay offs at general motors would  also be lay-offs through outthe whole supply chain of the auto industry.there have been a number of different estimates to what that would be but i think it is safe to say  in the already weak job enviroment you know the bankrupcy of gm could creat hundreds of thousadns of new job loses in the next several months.the share signs of general motors the amount of money says it needs to survive is mind-boggling.gm pose  loses its 82 billion dollars in the last three years they've already borrowed 13 billion dollars from the us government to tight them over they tried to restructe the company but now they say another 17 billion.gm europe which owns brands such as saab and vauxhall is attempting to break free from its struggling parent company they are asking the british government for 440 million pounds.the spanish government for 600,and million and even greater sum from germany.the car sells across the global still nose-diving.if that secure cars desperatly need survive,general motors will convince barack obama and the governments around the world that the business is still viable.


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This is where money is made and lost, but with uncertainty about the stability of America's largest banks and mounting worries about the state of General Motors, today was all about loss, for the first time, General Motors has admitted their substantial doubt over whether their company will be able to survive.

 

On that announcement, shares in the US car giant, plunged almost 18%, dragging the market down with it, US stocks closed yesterday at their lowest level for more than 12 years with Dow Jones down more than 4%.

 

Investors fear that GM's demise will send shock waves through the US economy.

 

"The first and the most immediate effect of the GM bankruptcy would be a massive layoffs, would be layoffs at General Motors and would also be layoffs through out the whole chain, the whole supply chain of the auto industry. There have been a number of different estimates to what that would be, but I think it's safe to say in an already weak job environment that would, you know, bankruptcy with GM could create hundreds of thousands of new job losses over the next several months."

 

The sheer size of the General Motors and the amount of money / says it needs to survive is mind-boggling; GM's posted its losses of 82 billions dollars in the last three years. They've already borrowed 13 billion dollars from the US government to tide them over as they try to restructure the company, but now they say they need another 17 billion.

 

GM Europe which owns brands such as Saab and Vauxhall, is attempting to break free from its struggling parent company, they are asking the British government for 440 million pounds, the Spanish government for 600 million and even greater sum from Germany.

 

The car sales across the global are still nose-diving, if that to secure the cars that so desperately need to survive, General Motors will need to convince Barack Obama and governments arround the world that their business is still viable.


Richard SuchetSky News.

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This is where money is made and lost, but with uncertainty about the stability of America's largest banks and mounting worries about the state of General Motors, today was all about loss. For the first time, General Motors has admitted their substantial doubt over whether their company will be able to survive.

 

On that announcement, shares in the US car giant, plunged almost 18%, dragging the market down with it, US stocks closed yesterday at their lowest level for more than 12 years with Dow Jones down more than 4%.

 

Investors fear that GM's demise will send shock waves through the US economy.

 

"The first and the most immediate effect of the GM bankruptcy would be a massive layoffs, would be layoffs at General Motors and would also be layoffs through out the whole chain, the whole supply chain of the auto industry. There have been a number of different estimates to what that would be, but I think it's safe to say in an already weak job environment that would, you know, bankruptcy with GM could create hundreds of thousands of new job losses over the next several months."

 

The sheer size of the General Motors and the amount of money / says it needs to survive is mind-boggling; GM's posted its losses of 82 billions dollars in the last three years. They've already borrowed 13 billion dollars from the US government to tide them over as they try to restructure the company, but now they say they need another 17 billion.

 

GM Europe which owns brands such as Saab and Vauxhall, is attempting to break free from its struggling parent company, they are asking the British government for 440 million pounds, the Spanish government for 600 million and even greater sum from Germany.

 

The car sales across the global are still nose-diving, if that to secure the cash that  they so desperately need to survive, General Motors will need to convince Barack Obama and governments arround the world that their business is still viable.

 


Richard Suchet, Sky News.

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This is where money is made and lost, but with uncertainty about the stability of America's largest banks and mounting worries about the state of General Motors, today was all about loss. For the first time, General Motors has admitted their substantial doubt over whether their company will be able to survive.

 

On that announcement, shares in the US car giant, plunged almost 18%, dragging the market down with it, US stocks closed yesterday at their lowest level for more than 12 years with Dow Jones down more than 4%.

 

Investors fear that GM's demise will send shock waves through the US economy.

 

"The first and the most immediate effect of the GM bankruptcy would be a massive layoffs, would be layoffs at General Motors and would also be layoffs through out the whole chain, the whole supply chain of the auto industry. There have been a number of different estimates to what that would be, but I think it's safe to say in an already weak job environment that would, you know, bankruptcy with GM could create hundreds of thousands of new job losses over the next several months."

 

The sheer size of the General Motors and the amount of money / says it needs to survive is mind-boggling; GM's posted its losses of 82 billions dollars in the last three years. They've already borrowed 13 billion dollars from the US government to tide them over as they try to restructure the company, but now they say they need another 17 billion.

 

GM Europe which owns brands such as Saab and Vauxhall, is attempting to break free from its struggling parent company, they are asking the British government for 440 million pounds, the Spanish government for 600 million and even greater sum from Germany.

 

The car sales across the global are still nose-diving, if that to secure the cash that  they so desperately need to survive, General Motors will need to convince Barack Obama and governments around the world that their business is still viable.

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This is where money is made and lost, but with uncertainty about the stability of America's largest banks and mounting worries about the state of General Motors, today was all about loss. For the first time, General Motors has admitted their substantial doubt over whether their company will be able to survive.

 

On that announcement, shares in the US car giant plunged almost 18%, dragging the market down with it, US stocks closed yesterday at their lowest level for more than 12 years with Dow Jones down more than 4%.

 

Investors fear that GM's demise will send shock waves through the US economy.

 

"The first and the most immediate effect of the GM bankruptcy would be a massive layoffs, would be layoffs at General Motors and would also be layoffs through out the whole chain, the whole supply chain of the auto industry. There have been a number of different estimates to what that would be, but I think it's safe to say in an already weak job environment that would, you know, bankruptcy of GM could create hundreds of thousands of new job losses over the next several months."

 

The sheer size of the General Motors and the amount of money that it says it needs to survive is mind-boggling; GM has posted its losses of 82 billions dollars in the last three years. They've already borrowed 13 billion dollars from the US government to tide them over as they try to restructure the company, but now they say they need another 17 billion.

 

GM Europe which owns brands such as Saab and Vauxhall, is attempting to break free from its struggling parent company, they are asking the British government for 440 million pounds, the Spanish government for 600 million and even greater sum from Germany.

 

The car sales across the global are still nose-diving, if that to secure the cash that  they so desperately need to survive, General Motors will need to convince Barack Obama and governments around the world that their business is still viable.

 


Richard Suchet, Sky News.

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This is where money is made and lost, but with uncertainty about the stability of America's largest banks and mounting worries about the state of General Motors, today was all about loss. For the first time General Motors has admitted their substantial doubt over whether the company will be able to survive.

 

On that announcement shares in the US car giant plunged almost 18%, dragging the market down with it. US stocks closed yesterday but their loans level for more than 12 years with Dow Jones down more than 4%. Investors fear that GM's demise will send shockwaves through the US economy.

 

"The first and the most immediate effect of the GM bankruptcy would be a massive layoffs, would be layoffs at General Motors and would also be layoffs throughout the whole chain, the whole supply chain of the auto industry. There have been a number of different estimates to what that would be, but I think it's safe to say in an already weak job environment that would, you know, a bankruptcy of GM could create hundreds of thousands of new job losses over the next several months."

 

The sheer size of General Motors and the amount of money says it needs to survive is mind-boggling. GM has posted losses of $82bn in the last three years. They've already borrowed $13bn from the US government to tide them over as they try to restructure the company. But now they say they need another $17bn.

 

GM Europe which owns brands just SAAB and Vauxhall is attempting to break free from the struggling parent company. They are asking the British government for 440 million pounds, the Spanish government for 600 million and even greater sum from Germany.

 

But the car sales across the globe are still nose-diving, if that secure the cash they so desperately need to survive. General Motors will need to convince Barack Obama and governments around the world that their business is still viable.

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This is where money is made and loss, with on certainty about the stability of America's largest banks, and mountain worries about the state of Gerneral Motors, today is all about loss.For the first time Geral Motors has admitted, that substantial doubts of whether the company would able to survive, on that the announcement share the US car giant, plunge almost 18 percent, driving the market down with it. US stock closed yesterday that their lowest level for more than twelve years, with the Dow jones was down more than four percent. Investors fear that GM's demise will send shock waves through the US economy.

 

The first and most imediate effect of GM's bankruptcy will be massive layoffs, would be layoffs at General Motors, would also be layoffs throughout the whole chain and the whole supply chain of the auto industry. There have been numbers of different estimate that what that would be, but i think it's safe to say, in an/ week job environment, that would ...if bankruptcy of GM could create hundreds of thousands of new jobs losses over the next several months.

 

The sheer sites of General Motors in the amounts of money says it needs to survive is m/, GM is supposed to losses of 82 million dollars in the last three years. They've already borrowed 13 billion dollars from the US government to tie them over, as they tried to restructure the company, but now they say they need another 17 billion. GM Europe which owns SAAB and Vauxhall, is attempting to break free from ex/ company, they're asking the British government for 440 million pounds, the Spanish government for 600 million, and an even greater sum from Germany. But car sales across the globe are still nose diving, if that the secure the cash so desperately need to survive, Geral Motors will need to convince Barack Obama and governments around the world that their business is still viable.

 

Richard Suchet, sky news.

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This is where money is made and lost, but with uncertainty about the stability of America's largest banks and mounting worries about the state of General Motors, today was all about loss. For the first time, General Motors has admitted their substantial doubt over whether their company will be able to survive.

 

On that announcement, shares in the US car giant, plunged almost 18%, dragging the market down with it, US stocks closed yesterday at their lowest level for more than 12 years with the Dow Jones down more than 4%.

 

Investors fear that GM's demise will send shock waves through the US economy.

 

"The first and / most immediate effect of a GM bankruptcy would be , uh, massive layoffs, would be layoffs at General Motors and would also be layoffs throughout the whole chain, the whole supply chain of the auto industry. There have been a number of different estimates as to what that would be, but I think it's safe to say in an already weak job environment that would, you know, a bankruptcy of GM could create hundreds of thousands of new job losses over the next several months."

 

The sheer size of / General Motors and the amount of money it says it needs to survive is mind-boggling; GM's posted / losses of 82 billion/ dollars in the last three years. They've already borrowed 13 billion dollars from the US government to tide them over as they try to restructure the company, but now they say they need another 17 billion.

 

GM Europe which owns brands such as Saab and Vauxhall, is attempting to break free from its struggling parent company, they are asking the British government for 440 million pounds, the Spanish government for 600 million and an even greater sum from Germany.

 

But car sales across the globe are still nose-diving, if they are to secure the cash / they so desperately need to survive, General Motors will need to convince Barack Obama and governments around the world that their business is still viable.

 

Richard Suchet, Sky News

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